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Calif. Supreme Court Holds Atty Fees to be Included in Determining Constitutional Limits of Punitive Damages Awards

The Supreme Court of California recently held that, in determining whether punitive damages awards are within constitutional limits, attorney’s fees may be included in the calculation of the ratio of punitive to compensatory damages, regardless of whether the fees are awarded by the trier of…

Florida Supreme Court Rules State-Sponsored Property Insurer Immune from Bad Faith Claims

The Supreme Court of Florida recently held that first-party insurer bad faith is not a ‘willful tort,’ and that, as a government entity that enjoys broad statutory immunity from suit, Citizens Property Insurance Corporation (“Citizens”) is consequentially immune from statutory first-party bad faith causes of…